High School Sports

  • No break in summer
  • Weliever casts lot with Mesa State University

    ALAMOSA – For someone who didn’t start competitive running until two-plus years ago, Brighton’s Chase Weliever has caught on fast.

    So fast, in fact, that he plans to attend Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction to run for the Mavericks’ track and cross country programs.

  • PVHS tennis all-conference

    Prairie View’s No. 1 doubles team – Maggie Pfennig and Alexis Waterhouse – earned second-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this spring.


  • BHS tennis all-conference

    Brighton’s Kiara Kovach, Chandler Ritchey and Kristen Torres earned all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this spring.

  • BHS track all-conference

    Brighton High School put nine people on the first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honor roll this spring.

    Kiran Green made it in three individual events, the girls 800-meter run, the girls 1,600-meter run and the girls 3,200-meter run, where she broke the conference record. Green joined Abi Read, Madi Weins and Melodie Brower as first-team, all-conference in the 4-by-800-meter relay.

  • PVHS track all-conference

    Prairie View’s Shannon Peterson won first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors in girls track this spring.

  • Prairie View flavor to summer combine

    The calendar will say July 8 and 9 by the time Prairie View’s Mikhail and Matheu Sands and Xavier Gates take part in the Blue-Grey football combine at Foothills Sports Arena, 3608 S. Kipling St., Lakewood.

    But make no mistake. Each is ready.

    “I’m going to bring back a different mindset,” Matheu Sands said. “They say cornerbacks are taller. But you (wide receivers) can still run your routes.”

  • PVHS soccer all-conference

    First-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conferences choices for Prairie View’s girls soccer team were Savannah Watts, Madison Piburn, Taylor Kemp, Nicole Mack, Jordan Johnson and Madison Kemp.

    The second-team, all-conference lineup included Jordan McCarthy, Aspen Sharp, Alycia Vigil and Allyson Abke. The honorable-mention slot went to Cameron Nichols.

  • BHS baseball all-conference

    Brighton’s first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference selections this year were Jose Treto, Cody Beck, conference Player of the Year Liam Eddy, Javier Saenz and Dylon Stricklett.

    Second-team recipients were  Guerin Szafraniec and Eric LaRue. Jess Pratt, Brandon Botello, David Velasquez-0Vigil, Foster Gifford and Frank Musgrave made honorable mention.

  • BHS soccer all-conference

               Fabiola Estrada, Hannah Day, Makenzie Byrnes, Rachel Polliard, Brittni Bailey and Amalee Lake of Brighton High School were first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference selections this spring.